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New Visions Charter Network


New Visions Charter High Schools are college and career preparatory high schools that are committed to helping all students gain the skills that they will need to succeed after they graduate. Whether at one of our eight themed charter high schools (Advanced Math and Science or Humanities) or at a New Visions AIM Charter High School for students who are overage and under-credited, students benefit from access to personalized academic and socio-emotional support, opportunities to explore hobbies and interests, internships and exposure to college and careers. 

Application for enrollment in September 2019 is open!

Admission to our charter schools is by lottery. We do not require exams, essays or interviews. We welcome applications from English language learners and students with special needs. To participate in the lottery, an application must be submitted by Monday, April 1, 2019. Applications submitted after the lottery deadline will be automatically placed at the bottom of the waitlist in the order in which they were received. For information on our admissions criteria and process, please visit our Admissions page.

If you have questions around the right fit for your student, call us at (646) 470-0375 or email us at to discuss your application. If you wish to make any changes to your application, please do not submit more than one application; log into your SchoolMint account to make edits or contact us.

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Charter High Schools 

Our themed charter schools are open to students who will be entering high school following successful completion of 8th grade or are current high school students looking to transfer into 9th or 10th grade. Current 8th graders can apply for admission next school year; current 9th or 10th graders can apply for a transfer. Learn More




AIM Charter High Schools

Our AIM schools are open to students who are at least 15 years old, have completed 7th grade and are one grade-level behind . These schools are ideal for students who have previously struggled in school and are at risk of dropping out. Students can apply to transfer this school year or for admission the following September. Learn More